Wales provides spectacular sea views, thrilling and fun water adventures and a host of other activities for all types of people. Enjoy these water-related activities and charge up with delectable Welsh treats and cuisine that boasts of locally grown produce and the freshest catch of the day. Here are the top ten places in Wales where you can dine and enjoy a meal or two while relishing stunning views of the sea.
Worms Head Hotel Restaurant – Rhossili Bay is one of the most beautiful spots ever, having been awarded Britains Best Beach. As such, it is best to view the superb beaches on one of the dining tables of Worms Head Hotel. Feast on seafood and the famous Gower Salt Marsh Lamb. They have great rooms with sea views here, but those staying longer away opt for one of the Welsh cottages by the sea nearby.
Ty Coch Inn – Located in Porthdinllaen, Ty Coch Inn takes beach dining literally. From pies to pasties to panizzas and paninis, you can enjoy these and other delicacies right on the sand or in the rseatuarnt overlooking the sea. No wonder its included in the top beach bars of the globe.
The Coast – If having a Michelin-starred chef at the helm of the kitchen creating magical meals doesnt appeal to you, then a superb view of the sandy shorelines of Coppet Hall Beach in Saundersfoot should interest you. Try The Coasts veggie risotto and sticky ginger pudding.
South Beach Bar and Grill – Located on the picturesque coast of Tenbys South Beach is South Beach Bar & Grill. Dine while marvelling at the yachts and sailboats that dock. Sample a homemade risotto and a rack of lamb before finishing it with a walnut brownie.
Dylans – Want to eat right at the edge of Angleseys clear waters? Then head to Dylans on Menai Bridge and feast on their signature red dragon pizza. If this doesnt tempt you, how about the Menai mussels?
Harbourmaster – If youre dying to taste exclusively local produce in a meal, then head to Harbourmaster in Aberaeron. Aside from homemade gnocchi, they also have chicken supreme and lamb rump which you simply must have while enjoying picturesque seascape.
Dylan Thomas Boathouse – For lovers of literature, a visit to the Dylan Thomas Boathouse in Laugharne is a must. This is the coastal home of one of Wales famous poets and writers, Dylan Thomas. Sample their bara brith and Welsh cakes although their lunch and soups are simply fabulous.
Grape and Olive – Overlooking Swansea Bay at the Meridian Tower, the tallest building in Wales, is Grape and Olive. Their seafood platter is a must although you can take a bite or two at their bulky burger menu. Theyve got veggie selections, too.
Signor Valentino – For a really memorable dining experience while taking on the sea views of Cardiff Bay, dine at Signor Valentino. Its a piece of Italy with a Welsh twist.
Restaurant James Sommerin – With a panoramic view of Penarths Severn Estuary, the Restaurant James Sommerin provides a picture-perfect fine dining experience as you try their langoustine, Welsh lamb, and middle white pork.
The Welsh coast is not only famous for its beaches. Its also home to some of the tastiest seaside cuisine in the UK, if not the world. The perfect holiday getaway for food lovers.